Hi all -
We are in phase two of getting our 1966
Overlander ready for the Big Trip out west. Phase one was Ben the R.V. guy outside of Jacksonville Florida. Ben is great, we love Ben.
However, Ben said that the original converter worked fine. Well my husband spent the day yesterday replacing the converter and today he built a shelf for me in one of the bathroom cupboards. We're so close!
The door of our trailer sags about 1/2 inch so you have to hike it up so it will close properly. We can live with that for now but would like to know how to fix it if possible without replacing the original door and hinge. Can you even buy a replacement hinge for one of these babies? The other problem with the sagging door is that the door cannot be help open by the nifty latch hubby just replaced on the exterior so the door wouldn't go banging around when opened. For now, we may just move the part on the door a bit lower so it can mate with the latch.
Anyone BTDT who can shed some light on this issue?